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  • Peter Sam
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  • Peter Sam, formerly Stuart, is a green Edward Thomas 0-4-2 narrow gauge tank locomotive in Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends. He is a happy, kind, friendly, loyal, hard-working, clever and wise little engine who never grumbles about late hours and extra work. He has a special funnel he obtained after an accident with some slate cars, and is very proud of it. He always treats the coaches nicely, and even the cars hardly play tricks on him, and has a good working relationship with Skarloey, and sometimes has to apologise for his friend Sir Handel's behavior.
  • Peter Sam, named after the Skarloey Railway's previous controller, Mr. Peter Sam - previously Stuart, after his maker, Kerr Stuart - is a narrow-gauge engine who lives on the Skarloey Railway.
  • Peter Sam is a green narrow gauge tank engine, who is a character in Thomas the Tank Engine Tales. He is engine number 4 on the narrow gauge railway. Peter Sam works with Sir Handel, a blue narrow gauge tank engine.
  • Peter Sam is is a fictional steam locomotive from The Railway Series of children's books by the Rev. W. Awdry and the spin-off TV series Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends. Peter Sam lives and works on the Skarloey Railway on the Island of Sodor as engine No. 4. His funnel got dented after an accident with trucks, but then got knocked off by an icicle in a tunnel.
  • Stuart was built at the Kerr Stuart California Works in Stoke-on-Trent, England. He was delivered by rail to Cronk and hauled from there to the Mid Sodor Railway's station at Peel Godred by traction engine. While living on the Mid Sodor Railway, he was cheeky and occasionally made fun of Duke until he was told about what happened to Stanley (Smudger in the television series).
  • Stuart was built by Kerr Stuart at Stoke-on-Trent. While living on the Mid Sodor Railway, he was cheeky and occasionally made fun of Duke until told what happened to Stanley. After the line closed down in 1947, he and Falcon were sold to the Sodor Aluminium Company at Peel Godred and worked there until 1951, at which time both engines were sheeted for a year until they were purchased by the Skarloey Railway in 1951.
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  • Peter Sam, formerly Stuart, is a green Edward Thomas 0-4-2 narrow gauge tank locomotive in Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends. He is a happy, kind, friendly, loyal, hard-working, clever and wise little engine who never grumbles about late hours and extra work. He has a special funnel he obtained after an accident with some slate cars, and is very proud of it. He always treats the coaches nicely, and even the cars hardly play tricks on him, and has a good working relationship with Skarloey, and sometimes has to apologise for his friend Sir Handel's behavior.
  • Stuart was built at the Kerr Stuart California Works in Stoke-on-Trent, England. He was delivered by rail to Cronk and hauled from there to the Mid Sodor Railway's station at Peel Godred by traction engine. While living on the Mid Sodor Railway, he was cheeky and occasionally made fun of Duke until he was told about what happened to Stanley (Smudger in the television series). When the Mid Sodor Railway closed in 1947, he and Falcon were sold to the Sodor Aluminium Company at Peel Godred for an expansion project. They worked there until 1951, at which time both engines were sheeted at the projects close for almost a year. They were then purchased for a total of fifty pounds by the Skarloey Railway in 1952 and renamed Peter Sam and Sir Handel respectively. Since arriving, Peter Sam has had many adventures. When he was new to the railway, he had a mishap with Henry after he jokingly threatened to leave without his passengers if he was late. He left so quickly that he left the Refreshment Lady behind, who explained that Henry was only joking and that he has to wait, as he was a guaranteed connection. One of his more notable story arcs involved his funnel, which was severely damaged after an accident at the incline with the Slate Trucks. The funnel was eventually knocked-off as he passed under a tunnel and it was temporarily replaced with a rusty pipe. Peter Sam was soon given a new funnel, a Giesl ejector, which suits him much better. When Skarloey and Rheneas' centenary was to feature a duke to open a new part of the line of the railway, Duck told Peter Sam that all Dukes were scrapped, causing Peter Sam to fear that the centenary would be ruined. It was not until the real duke came to open the new loop line that proved him wrong, although Peter Sam was left disappointed as it was not the Duke he and Sir Handel knew. Their Duke was later discovered and brought to their railway. In 1982, Peter Sam, not wanting to miss James' train, damaged his valve gear after he recklessly ploughed through some branches, which got caught in it. Although the passengers and the guard managed to cut him out, his front was left sore for several days. Around the mid-1990's Peter Sam visited the Talyllyn Railway in Wales. During his visit, he took on bad water and when he got to the station, it sprayed sludge out of his funnel. Unfortunately for him, he had to stay in a siding while Talyllyn took his train, as the visitors wanted to see him. He soon learned that the water used on the Talyllyn Railway had a special powder that was used to enhance its flavour and too much of it was used. Peter Sam was soon cleaned and when he got back home, he told his story to two young volunteers named Kathy and Lizzie, who found the story very funny.
  • Peter Sam, named after the Skarloey Railway's previous controller, Mr. Peter Sam - previously Stuart, after his maker, Kerr Stuart - is a narrow-gauge engine who lives on the Skarloey Railway.
  • Stuart was built by Kerr Stuart at Stoke-on-Trent. While living on the Mid Sodor Railway, he was cheeky and occasionally made fun of Duke until told what happened to Stanley. After the line closed down in 1947, he and Falcon were sold to the Sodor Aluminium Company at Peel Godred and worked there until 1951, at which time both engines were sheeted for a year until they were purchased by the Skarloey Railway in 1951. Upon arriving, Stuart - renamed Peter Sam - had many adventures. One of his more notable story arcs involved his funnel, which was severely damaged after an accident at the incline. The funnel eventually fell off as he passed under a tunnel, and it was temporarily replaced with a rusty pipe. Peter Sam was soon given a new funnel, a Giesl ejector, which suits him much better.
  • Peter Sam is a green narrow gauge tank engine, who is a character in Thomas the Tank Engine Tales. He is engine number 4 on the narrow gauge railway. Peter Sam works with Sir Handel, a blue narrow gauge tank engine.
  • Peter Sam is is a fictional steam locomotive from The Railway Series of children's books by the Rev. W. Awdry and the spin-off TV series Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends. Peter Sam lives and works on the Skarloey Railway on the Island of Sodor as engine No. 4. His funnel got dented after an accident with trucks, but then got knocked off by an icicle in a tunnel.